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It can’t be an accident that the vast majority of top riders have a team around them supporting their career. Horses and riders work better when they’re engaged in a routine. The combined talents of the team at Collective Equestrian mean that no matter your level we will be able to work with you to create a routine for your horse and yourself that allows you to make the most of your daily riding. Whether you choose to join us at Collective Equestrian on a full training livery package, come several times a month for some private tuition, or simply join a weekly group lesson, you’ll find that riding in an atmosphere which is at once supportive and encouraging yet also challenging and engaging improves your riding and your competitive prospects. Lastly, sport is nothing if it doesn’t change us. We believe that when we get it right riding makes us better people.

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3 days ago

Collective Equestrian

**POLE WORK CLINICS**

EXTRA DATES - SUNDAY 11TH & MON 12TH FEB

If your looking to add some variety into your horse's work, pole can offer this! Perfect for educating less experienced horses or riders, to improve the athleticism of your horse or simply for good fun together!

Following hugely popular pole work clinics in 2017 - International U25 Grand Prix dressage rider and trainer Elizabeth Allen has just released the first dates for 2018!

Qualified to BHS I and UKCC3, as well as being BD/PC/BHS Accredited, fully insured and DBS checked, Elizabeth creates fun yet educational training sessions to help energise both you and your horse!

Sunday 28th January Equestrian Training South West pole work clinic
Saturday 10th February **full**

NEW - Sun 11th Feb
NEW - MON 12th Feb pm
Sunday 4th March

Perfect for any age/ability - as much fun for little ones on the lead rein, something different (out of the rain!) for happy hackers or super core workout sessions for competition horses!

£35/private session
£25/pair
£20/group

For more information get in touch with Elizabeth on 07530891569 or elizabeth@collectiveequestrian.co.uk
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**POLE WORK CLINICS**

EXTRA DATES - SUNDAY 11TH & MON 12TH FEB 

If your looking to add some variety into your horses work, pole can offer this! Perfect for educating less experienced horses or riders, to improve the athleticism of your horse or simply for good fun together!

Following hugely popular pole work clinics in 2017 - International U25 Grand Prix dressage rider and trainer Elizabeth Allen has just released the first dates for 2018!

Qualified to BHS I and UKCC3, as well as being BD/PC/BHS Accredited, fully insured and DBS checked, Elizabeth creates fun yet educational training sessions to help energise both you and your horse!

Sunday 28th January Equestrian Training South West pole work clinic
Saturday 10th February **full**

NEW - Sun 11th Feb
NEW - MON 12th Feb pm
Sunday 4th March

Perfect for any age/ability - as much fun for little ones on the lead rein, something different (out of the rain!) for happy hackers or super core workout sessions for competition horses!

£35/private session
£25/pair
£20/group

For more information get in touch with Elizabeth on 07530891569 or elizabeth@collectiveequestrian.co.uk
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Sandra Case Monday 12th Feb??

Does anyone want to share with me on Sunday 11th?

Charlotte Thomas

Can I book a morning slot for Monday 12th Feb please? Happy to have someone share with me if anyone would like to!!

Sue Hocking do you fancy this?

Looks very good

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Nic Nicola Pratt.. fancy jointing me and Alfie 😉

Could I have a postcode please?

Natalie Milsom - some later dates to aim for with Bentley ?

Jessica Young

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4 days ago

Collective Equestrian

Apprentice Position Available - Start Date Asap.

We are looking for an apprentice to join our successful team. The position is live-in and your own horse is welcome.
5.5 days per week, 4 weeks paid holiday per year. Livery and training included your own horse. Accommodation included and all live-in utility bills paid for.
£500 salary per month.

An apprenticeship at Collective Equestrian means you get plenty of training from the three international dressage riders on site. It suits someone who is motivated and is looking to progress both competitively and professionally. Staff on site are qualified to UKCC3 and BHSI standard.
Top class facilities including indoor and outdoor arenas, monarch stables within two american barns. Fantastic newly refurbished accommodation on site. Range of horses on site from youngsters to eventers to international Grand Prix dressage.

Please email your application and CV to info@collectiveequestrian.co.uk

For more information about Collective Equestrian, please visit www.collectiveequestrian.co.uka

Collective Equestrian
Apprentice Position Available - Start Date Asap.

We are looking for an apprentice to join our successful team. The position is live-in and your own horse is welcome.
5.5 days per week, 4 weeks paid holiday per year. Livery and training included your own horse. Accommodation included and all live-in utility bills paid for.
£500 salary per month.

An apprenticeship at Collective Equestrian means you get plenty of training from the three international dressage riders on site. It suits someone who is motivated and is looking to progress both competitively and professionally. Staff on site are qualified to UKCC3 and BHSI standard.
Top class facilities including indoor and outdoor arenas, monarch stables within two american barns. Fantastic newly refurbished accommodation on site. Range of horses on site from youngsters to eventers to international Grand Prix dressage.

Please email your application and CV to info@collectiveequestrian.co.uk

For more information about Collective Equestrian, please visit www.collectiveequestrian.co.uk
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4 days ago

Collective Equestrian

Following on from the brilliant fun Halloween and Christmas parties of last year - which included some incredible fancy dress and lots of sweets and gymkhana games - the next date is Sunday 18th Feb from 3pm. This time its "Valentines" themed - prizes for best fancy dress!

Limited places, £20 for 2.5 hours of lots of fun and prizes!!

Suitable for those on or off the leadrein, completely tailored to each rider - don't have to canter etc. A controlled, enclosed and safe environment!

For more information and booking - call Elizabeth on 07530 891569
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I’m 45 can I join in?

Yes please for Zoe and Steven :)

We will be there x

4 days ago

Collective Equestrian

Collective Dreammakers are soon to be following in the hoof prints of Collective Dreams and Collective Daydreams - there is still a chance to get involved in this team in the Quest Club BD competitions, we looking for any under 18 riders who enjoy their flatwork and want to improve as well as making some new friends to have some amazing experiences with!

For more information - get in touch with Elizabeth Allen on 07530 891569 or elizabeth@collectiveequestrian.co.uk
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Christie Hoyle

Lily would love to if we could work on the Harry monster!!

It's not only human consumption that causes excess plastic waste: many of the products that we use in the daily care of our horses are either wrapped in plastic or come in plastic containers. This might be bags of shavings or equally tubs of feed supplement.

This has got us thinking as to how we can reduce our plastic use on our yard.

Any suggestions?
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Its not only human consumption that causes excess plastic waste: many of the products that we use in the daily care of our horses are either wrapped in plastic or come in plastic containers. This might be bags of shavings or equally tubs of feed supplement. 

This has got us thinking as to how we can reduce our plastic use on our yard. 

Any suggestions?

 

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Start a campaign!! Xx

I try and re-use as much as possible.... using feed bags as bin liners in the house, empty tubs as storage containers etc.I haven’t found a use for the plastic from bales of shavings though??

If you have any large fabric conditioner or washing liquid bottles with handles, endurance riders would love them. Used as slosh bottles.

I use feed bags to store chopped wood for the fire. I found that the tubs of baileys treats are the same as a bag of their nuggets which also come in the strong paper bags so win win. The one treat tub I do have I use for water when travelling in the trailer. Do idea though for shavings bags. They are just a bit flimsy!

Been wondering the same thing. So much waste from pellet bags etc please keep us updated if a solution appears.

I use shavings bags as replacement bin bags, got to be careful opening them but they are good for it

I use empty feed bags for kindling. I try and buy supplements in bags that can be decanted into tubs. I have also stuffed plastic feed bags full of old straw, duct taped the top and used as jump fillers. You can also use them cut up as a poultice boot.

Yeeesss, reusing shavings and feed bags as bin liners for wood, compost etc. Supplement containers for buckets and storage, great for travelling, keeping your plaiting kit etc together.

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